What to Expect
Sunday Morning Church
We hold three worship services every Sunday morning. These services are at 8 am, 9:30 am, and 11 am. There is no dress code and all are welcome.
When you come in for a visit, make sure to pick up a bulletin. This let’s you know what’s going on as we worship God together.
On the first Sunday of every month, we partake in communion. In the United Methodist Church, anyone can participate.
Modern Service at 9:30 am
The music at this service is lead by our praise band. It’s fast enough to make your kids happy, but it’s no so loud that your grandma will complain. It’s a perfect mix, if you ask us!
This service also has a children’s sermon, where the younger children go to the front of the church to hear a short message. Children are dismissed to Sunday School following the children’s sermon.
Traditional Service at 8 am and 11 am
The congregation sings timeless hymns and the chancel choir performs at the 11 am service from September- June.
The 8 am service only sings the first and last verse to every song, this helps the service finish a little quicker.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I don’t know the words to the songs or prayers?
The words of the songs and the Lord’s prayer are projected on the screens in the front of the church in all three services.
Grab a bulletin on your way in to help follow what’s going on and what order everything is happening.
How does communion work?
Each pew comes up one by one. You can put you hand out to receive the bread. Next, you will dip the bread into a cup of grape juice. Then, you eat!
Doing flu season, communion is distributed to you in your pew.
Gluten-free elements are available upon request.
Am I allowed to take communion?
Is there a dress code?
How long is each service?
The 8 am service is generally around 45 minutes. The 9:30 am and 11 am services are around an hour.